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Continuing education is key to remaining competitive in our rapidly changing economy. This applies not only to individuals, but businesses. An educated workforce is a huge asset in an industry.

MBTA wants more time on federal safety upgrades

State House News Service |

The MBTA has requested an extension to 2020 for the federally-mandated implementation of anti-collision technology for the commuter rail network.

DPU, National Grid union to discuss complaints

State House News Service |

The union representing locked out National Grid steelworkers plans to meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday with state regulators to discuss a long list of safety complaints.

Right-to-repair returns with wireless bill

Zachary Comeau |

Six years after Massachusetts became the first state in the country to pass a "right to repair" law, the coalition of auto repair and parts shops behind that effort is back.

Worcester approves $101M financing for PawSox ballpark

Grant Welker| Zachary Comeau |

City councilors on Wednesday approved the borrowing of nearly $101 million to pay for a ballpark in the Canal District and other ordinances for the project.

40 Under Forty: The Goldilocks of food truck operators

Brad Kane |

For the 40 Under Forty photo shoot at the Highland Street food trucks in Worcester, we were trying to showcase a bustling urban area with creative dining options.

CCC requests meeting with Worcester for Union Station lease

Zachary Comeau |

The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission is requesting a meeting with Worcester city officials to review a proposal to move its headquarters from Boston to Union Station.

40 Under Forty: Four strangers at Hanover Theatre

Brad Kane |

Undoubtedly, one of the biggest obstacles in trying to get members of the WBJ 40 Under Forty together to take great photos on location is they are almost always complete strangers.

40 Under Forty: Water or vodka?

Brad Kane |

If you were in a museum full of Russian art, surrounded by Russian artifacts and symbols like nesting dolls, had four shot glasses and a bottle of vodka, what would you do?

Commuter rail adds on-board payments

Grant Welker |

For the first time this fall, all commuter rail trains will feature a capability for passengers to buy tickets on board with credit cards.

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